Dannion Brinkley is the international best selling author of, Saved By The Light and At Peace In The Light. Dannion is well known for his extraordinary life story. His ability to survive against seemingly impossible odds includes enduring two lightning strikes, open-heart surgery, brain surgery and a massive grand mal seizure. After three NDEs (near death experiences) many concur that Brinkley is a ‘walking miracle’. His books, lecture tours and workshops have literally transformed the consciousness of audiences the world over. Brinkley has taught millions not to fear the presently held concept of dying. For as a result of his journeys to the ‘other side’ and back again, Dannion brings to the forefront the wondrous truth that there is indeed no such thing as death. In reaching out to the public all around the globe, Dannion imparts a paramount message designed to empower his listeners, teaching them step by step how to find purpose, power and greatness in their lives. Dannion has been praised as ‘the best orator in the field’ by many of his compeers on the lecture circuit. His lighthearted and uproariously humorous delivery makes his lecture and workshop presentations much in demand.
Due to Dannion’s vast array of knowledge in the area of death and dying, he has made an appearance on every major national television and radio show. He has been a guest on the Oprah Winfrey Show, as well as Larry King, Dateline, Unsolved Mysteries, the Art Bell Show, The Pax Network, the Wisdom Channel and many, many others too numerous to mention. A made for television movie based on Dannion’s best seller, Saved By The Light, debuted as one of the highest rated television movies in FOX Television Network history. This exceptional movie is currently airing on a regular basis on the Lifetime Network
The Classic That Changed Our Perception of the Afterlife
In 1975, Dannion Brinkley was struck and killed by lightning. When he awoke twenty-eight minutes later in a morgue, everything was different. He had visited the afterlife, met thirteen angels, and been given 117 revelations about the future. In the years since, one hundred of the revelations have already come true. In Saved by the Light, now available in trade paperback for the first time, Brinkley shares his incredible story, revealing the truth about the afterlife and providing guidance from beyond about how we should live today.
In At Peace in the Light, Dannion Brinkley continues the spiritual exploration of his life and death that began in his phenomenal national bestseller, Saved by the Light. Having had two near death experiences, one of which lasted twenty-eight minutes, Dannion has been left with an extraordinary sense of perception. With absolute candor, Dannion describes his struggle to become accustomed to his disorienting psychic ability he reveals his initial uses, both positive and negative, of his power and his gradual understanding of how to accomplish his mission.
In 1975, Dannion Brinkley was struck and killed by lightning. When he awoke in a morgue twenty-eight minutes later, everything was forever changed. Over the next twenty years, Brinkley had not one, but two more near-death experiences. Now, in Secrets from the Light, he shares the lessons he learned in the afterlife so we, too, can fulfill our true purpose in life. With wit, humor, and compassion, Brinkley shows that by living the way Heaven intends, you will find happiness in this life and beyond.
Dannion is one of the early crusaders of hospice and palliative care bringing the topic of end of life care to the forefront of discussion and education in America. Dannion formed a non-profit organization, Compassion in Action to recruit hospice volunteers for dying Veterans. Dannion has been a hospice volunteer for over twenty-five years, having personally accrued more than 14,000 hours at the bedside, being with more than 320 as they took their last breath. These years of tremendous hands-on experience qualify him as a leading expert in the grief and bereavement process as well as being an authority in the field of necrophobic reduction.
On October 11th Dannion provided testimony, “Describing Death in America” to the National Cancer Advisory Board of the Institute of Medicine. Dannion also presented comment, twice, to the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medical Policy, on “Improving End of Life care with Complementary and Alternative Medicines and “You Cannot Drug A Child to Safety: Ways of Reducing Stress in America”.
The National Hospice Association in 2001 nominated him for the prestigious Heart of Hospice Award. Dannion has also supplied support in the story compilation of Chicken Soup for the Veteran’s Soul. His contribution was used to improve awareness of the honor of veteran service. Compassion in Action was chosen to be included in the December 2000 issue of The Oprah Magazine segment on Volunteerism.